Nonviolence Manual In Burmese

Myanmar has been a recurring scene of repression and resistance, and today’s resistance is probably more organized, more courageous — and more costly than ever. This little booklet is offered in the spirit of solidarity and support to the people standing up to the military in the face of severe repression. It contains basics about nonviolence, which Gandhi rightly called “the most powerful force” we have been endowed with. We sincerely hope they (you) can use it.